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The fan _should_ run constantly, in order to cool your computer.
If your computer is "dusty" inside, then the dust is insulating some parts, causing those parts to get warmer, and the fan to spin faster (with more noise) to try to cool those parts.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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